Well it’s that time of year again and I’m off on holiday for a week with my lovely hubby!

Here’s the evidence of the ‘prepping’, as it were, in the airport lounge before departure…

Suzi McAlpine - The Leader's Digest

The Leader's Digest by Suzi McAlpine

In my excited haze it dawned on me that I wanted to do something fun for my loyal ‘bloggites’ and decided on a competition.

I am absolutely loving my latest ‘good read’ – Decisive: How to Make Better Choices in Life and Work by Chip Heath and Dan Heath.

In Decisive, the bestselling authors of Made to Stick and Switch, give practical ideas on how to overcome our intrinsic behaviour and biases to make better decisions – in all areas of our lives. Of course, this is a highly valuable skill for leaders! If you’ve ever wondered how to improve your chances of making a good decision, this book is for you.

So this week I am giving away away 5 copies of Decisive: How to Make Better Choices in Life and Work by Chip Heath and Dan Heath.

Here’s what you need to do to enter:

1. Guess the city I am going to on my holiday.
Clues: a) The City of Music; b) Franz Schubert; c) Wiener Schnitzel

2. Write your answer in the comments section below AND say why you would like to read Decisive.

3. Share this post on Twitter.

You have until Monday October 21 at 5pm to enter (New Zealand time), so please share this with your friends and colleagues, and good luck!

Note – this contest is not open to friends and/or family who know where I am going…

Suzi

Terms & Conditions:
Participants must follow the instructions above to be eligible to enter.
The winner will be notified via the comments section of this blog, and via my social media platforms – Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.
Limited to one entry per person.
If the winners do not make contact within the first 48 hours of the winners being announced, the winners will be redrawn.
Participants who answer the questions above correctly will be entered into a random prize draw.
This contest will close at 5pm on October 21, 2013 (NZ time).